WPR News
1:50 am
Fri May 25, 2007

Enzi Wants Immigrants To Be Legal

Washington D-C –
Many remain unhappy with an immigration bill making its was through the U-S Senate. Among them are both Senators Craig Thomas and Mike Enzi of Wyoming. During debate on the Senate Floor Enzi said that the bill lets too many people off the hook who have broken the law. Enzi says the focus of the bill should be on what is best for the country and should focus on legal workers and legal immigration. The Senate is not expected to take a final vote on the bill until after the Memorial Day recess.

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WPR News
1:47 am
Fri May 25, 2007

Photographer Doing Better

Yellowstone National Park – A wildlife photographer, mauled by a
grizzly bear in Yellowstone National Park, is listed in fair
condition after seven hours of emergency surgery.
Fifty-seven-year-old Jim Cole of Bozeman, Montana, had the
surgery yesterday to repair his severely clawed face. He's
recovering at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center in Idaho Falls.
Family friend Rich Berman says Cole is unable to speak, and is
breathing through a ventilator and being fed through a tube.

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WPR News
10:59 am
Thu May 24, 2007

Yellowstone Not Worried About Gas Prices

Cody, Wy – Yellowstone National Park
Superintendent Suzanne Lewis says she doesn't expect high gasoline
prices to affect tourism in the park this summer.
Lewis says that reservations for lodging at and around the park
this year are up in numbers. She adds that in her experience,
reservations at Yellowstone and Grand Teton are generally made
months in advance, and cancellations are rare.
Lewis cautions that if cancellations begin to come in for
September or October, then that may be an indication that gas

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WPR News
10:58 am
Thu May 24, 2007

Grizzzly Attacks Man In Yellowstone

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Yellowstone National Park – A Montana man suffered
severe injuries to his face today (Wednesday) after being attacked
by grizzly bear in Yellowstone National Park.
The Park Service says the man was taking photographs of bears
along Trout Creek in Hayden Valley when he was attacked.
After the attack, the man hiked 2 to 3 miles before other park
visitors found him at about 1 p-m. The man told park rangers that a
sow bear with a cub attacked him.
The man was taken by ambulance to West Yellowstone, Montana, and

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WPR News
10:58 am
Thu May 24, 2007

Grizzzly Attacks Man In Yellowstone

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Yellowstone National Park – A Montana man suffered
severe injuries to his face today (Wednesday) after being attacked
by grizzly bear in Yellowstone National Park.
The Park Service says the man was taking photographs of bears
along Trout Creek in Hayden Valley when he was attacked.
After the attack, the man hiked 2 to 3 miles before other park
visitors found him at about 1 p-m. The man told park rangers that a
sow bear with a cub attacked him.
The man was taken by ambulance to West Yellowstone, Montana, and

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WPR News
10:46 am
Thu May 24, 2007

Platte County Gets New Attorney

Wheatland, Wy – A new county prosecutor in Platte County.
The Platte County Commission today (Wednesday) chose a local
attorney to replace Mary Eikenberry.
The commission chose Eric Jones, of Wheatland, to serve out
Eikenberry's term.
Jones was selected from a list of three nominees submitted by
the local Republican Party.
He was hired on a part-time basis so he could maintain his
private practice. And because he is part-time, the county won't
have to pay any benefits.

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WPR News
8:59 am
Thu May 24, 2007

Man Attacked By Grizzly A Second Time

Laramie, WY – The National Park Service has identified the Montana man who was attacked by a grizzly bear in Yellowstone National Park. The victim of yesterday's attack was
57-year-old Jim Cole, a writer and photographer from Bozeman. Cole writes about bears, and has survived a bear attack once before.

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WPR News
8:57 am
Thu May 24, 2007

Thomas Will Do Another Round of Chemo

Laramie, WY – Wyoming Senator Craig Thomas says he will undergo another round of chemotherapy to treat his leukemia. The 74-year-old Republican is Wyoming's senior senator. He was diagnosed with the disease last November, just days before his re-election to a third term in the Senate.
Thomas underwent treatment last year at the Bethesda National Naval Medical Center. He then returned to work in December, a month earlier than expected.

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WPR News
8:57 am
Thu May 24, 2007

Thomas Will Do Another Round of Chemo

Laramie, WY – Wyoming Senator Craig Thomas says he will undergo another round of chemotherapy to treat his leukemia. The 74-year-old Republican is Wyoming's senior senator. He was diagnosed with the disease last November, just days before his re-election to a third term in the Senate.
Thomas underwent treatment last year at the Bethesda National Naval Medical Center. He then returned to work in December, a month earlier than expected.

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WPR News
8:54 am
Thu May 24, 2007

Global Warming Could Harm Teton Tourism

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